America’s Top Cop Directs Probe into “Substantial Allegations” of Voter Fraud
Attorney General William Barr has ordered federal prosecutors to begin pursuing investigations into what he calls “substantial allegations” of voting irregularities in the 2020 Presidential election and other federal elections that may affect the balance of power in Congress.
Barr reportedly issued a memo to U.S. a attorneys on Monday according to The New York Post, with the top justice official in the United States stating that investigations “may be conducted if there are clear and apparently-credible allegations of irregularities that, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of a federal election in an individual State.”
The directive allows U.S. Attorneys to circumvent long-standing Department of Justice policy that would normally bar such investigative activity before the election is certified.
However, America’s top cop also said that any allegations of voter fraud that do “not impact the outcome of the federal election” should be postponed until after such time as federal elections are certified. In the event of lower-level voter fraud offenses not affecting the outcome, an investigation will be pursued at a later time.
In recent days President Trump has suggested a “multi-state conspiracy” to tilt the scales toward former Vice President Joe Biden. Mayor Rudy Giuliani has stated that at least 350,000 ballots may have been processed illegally in Pennsylvania alone, and LENN reported here that at least 4,000 dead people and people who had moved out of the state actually voted in Nevada’s two key counties, Clark County and Washoe County.
State deadlines vary but all states must certify results within one month of Election Day. Electoral College is scheduled to submit their votes on December 14, 2020.